Thursday, June 4, 2009


A new six-cylinder model supersedes the four-cylinder cars.

The PV651 is longer and wider than the ÖV4, and has a stronger chassis.

The company sells a total of 1,383 vehicles in this calendar year. Twenty-seven of these are exported, some to distant markets like Argentina and Palestine.

Parent company SKF comes close to selling Volvo to Nash in the US for financial reasons, but Assar Gabrielsson manages to avert this move. AB Volvo returns its first modest profit.

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